Brenda's shop to close in Coverack after 80 years at heart of village From Falmouth Packet Angie pointed to the large number of supermarket delivery vans that could now be seen in the village on a regular basis, adding: "Shopping trends have changed.
" She still believed that a village coach outlet atlanta on the cheap should have a shop, but said: "Unfortunately I need good summers to get through the winter and the last couple haven't been very good." "We'll have to see what the future brings. There's no young families that live in the village; coach outlet atlanta vacation there's not affordable housing now, which really doesn't help. "I feel awful coach outlet sale 85% about it. The village has been really good, but unfortunately the village is shrinking in size," added Angie. "It's the same everywhere unfortunately." Announcing the impending closure on the shop's Facebook page, Angie wrote: "Dear customers, it is with regret that we will be closing on September 30. "We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support over the years. Kay Hawkins described it as "the end of an era," adding: "We will miss our daily visit every time we are down. How will Coverack survive without all? Best wishes for whatever life after Brenda's holds for you xx" Colin Elvidge had coach mens wallet outlet a similar thought, writing: "Very sad.
All the best for the future. The start of the end for Coverack village? Hope not.".
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